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Increasing Knit Stitches: KFB Method

Increasing Knit Stitches KFB Method Increasing knit stitches is easy when you have video tutorials like this one from Rebecca Roush from Chemknits. This particular video demonstrates the KFB (knit in the front and back) method for increasing. With kfb, you are increasing the number of stitches by knitting two stitches into a single stitch. You first knit into the front of the loop, as you would normally but without removing the stitch from the needle you also knit into the back of the loop.


How to Knit: Twisted Loop Cast On

Even if you already know how to cast on, you might not be familiar with the Twisted Loop method. In this video, Rebecca Roush will demonstrate how to cast on using the Twisted Loop method. This method allows you to increase stitches easily at the end of a knit row. All it takes is a pinch and a twist of the yarn and you've got extra stitches on your needle!

How to Knit the Stockinette Stitch

How to Knit the Stockinette Stitch Are you new to knitting? Check out this free video tutorial where Fayme Harper teaches you How to Knit the Stockinette Stitch. Once you master this basic knitting stitch you'll be able to make a nice finished edge for sweaters and hats.


How to Knit Through the Back Loop

How to Knit Through the Back Loop Learn with Rebecca Roush from ChemKnits how to knit through the back loop of a stitch. When written in a pattern, this process is also abbreviated as Knit tbl. By knitting through the back loop of a stitch, a twisted knit stitch will form. By twisting certain knit stitches in a project, you can create beautiful stitches that are full of texture. A great example is the rice stitch which features rows of purl one, knit one tbl and purl one.


How to Loom Knit a Crystal Scarf Part 2 of 2

How to Loom Knit a Crystal Scarf Part 2 of 2 Learn how to finish making your loom knit Crystal Scarf in this free knitting tutorial by Michael Selllick of The Crochet Crowd. In case you missed it, watch How to Loom Knit a Crystal Scarf Part 1 of 2 here.


How to Loom Knit a Hat Part 2

In this video you'll learn how to make cute tassels to go along with the hat you made in the How to Loom Knit a Hat Part 1 video. Fayme Harper will show you how.

How to Purl Video

Watch this video this video with Fayme Harper and learn how to complete a purl stitch. With a little practice, you'll be knitting in no time!

How to: Wind a Skein of Yarn

How to Wind a Skein of Yarn Learn how to wind a skein of yarn using a Niddy Noddy in this free tutorial. Once your yarn is transformed into skeins, they will be much easier to store until they're needed for a project. It also means that when you are ready to work on something new, you can simply grab a skein of yarn and start knitting!


How to Make Hair Ties with I-Cords

How to Make Hair Ties with ICords In this video tutorial Fayme Harper will show you how to transform knit i-cords into fabulous accessories. It's easy to learn How to Make Hair Ties with I-Cords once you watch these step by step instructions. Hair ties have never looked so good!


How to Make an I Cord

How to Make an I Cord Learn how to make an i-cord in this free video tutorial by Fayme Harper. Knitting i-cords is both a simple and versatile project. Use your own i-cords to create fancy embellishments on blankets, add them to afghans to create neat borders or use them as the handles for your new knit clutch. Once you learn how easy they are to make, you'll love finding new and innovative ways to use and enjoy them.


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